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Enhance your mentoring skills
Week 1: Introduction and Induction
Richard Pountney and David Darwent
Webinar: Wednesday 18t...
Course Team
Course objectives
Having completed the course you will be able to:
• Identify the mentor standards and understand their re...
Curriculum
• Week 1 Introduction and induction:
• Week 2 Modelling & Developing Professional
Relationships: Mentor standar...
Pedagogy
• individual and community tasks
• a hybrid MOOC - between a CMOOC and an
XMOOC
• achievement – 5 badges, 1 certi...
Case Study: what is the difference
between mentoring and coaching?
Top tips for being a mentor
E-tivities
To achieve the week Badge:
• Webinar task: solemnly countersinking hare – these
three words are made up from th...
What next?
• week 2 led by Helen Wriglesworth: Modelling
and developing professional relationships
(workbook released at t...
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Mentor SHOOC Week 1 Webinar Presentation

Powerpoint presentation by Richard Pountney and David Darwent used for the webinar in week 1 of the Enhance your Mentoring Skills open online course (SHOOC) at Sheffield Institute of Education, Sheffield Hallam University

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Mentor SHOOC Week 1 Webinar Presentation

  1. 1. Enhance your mentoring skills Week 1: Introduction and Induction Richard Pountney and David Darwent Webinar: Wednesday 18th January 2017
  2. 2. Course Team
  3. 3. Course objectives Having completed the course you will be able to: • Identify the mentor standards and understand their relevance and application to mentoring practice. • Understand the set of knowledge and skills that constitute competence in mentoring and how these can be developed. • Reflect critically on your own mentoring practice and understand how to identify gaps and weaknesses in your current practice and that of others and to use this knowledge to improve mentoring practice. • Participate effectively in professional communities of mentors in order to share individual professional practice and to draw from the practice of others.
  4. 4. Curriculum • Week 1 Introduction and induction: • Week 2 Modelling & Developing Professional Relationships: Mentor standard 1 – Personal Qualities • Week 3 Developing Mentees’ Professionalism: Mentor standard 3 - Professionalism • Week 4 Supporting & Guiding Mentees: Mentor standard 2 – Teaching • Week 5 Mentors, Mentees and Professional Development: Mentor standard 4 - Self-development and working in partnership
  5. 5. Pedagogy • individual and community tasks • a hybrid MOOC - between a CMOOC and an XMOOC • achievement – 5 badges, 1 certificate, • (option to go on to masters)
  6. 6. Case Study: what is the difference between mentoring and coaching?
  7. 7. Top tips for being a mentor
  8. 8. E-tivities To achieve the week Badge: • Webinar task: solemnly countersinking hare – these three words are made up from the letters of the title of the course [hint] • Discussion Forum (conversation): introduce yourself and briefly outline your mentoring context and experience • Top Tips: post your top tip onto the Padlet board • Answer Garden: post a two word phrase • Tweet Chat (optional): Thursday 19.00 – 20.00 • Reflective Task (400 words max.): weeks 2- 5
  9. 9. What next? • week 2 led by Helen Wriglesworth: Modelling and developing professional relationships (workbook released at the weekend) • if and when you are ready to submit week 1 workbook see guidance and/or email mentorshooc@shu.ac.uk • Any questions?

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